Reform: General damages on the up – Simmons v Castle

Peter Houghton considers the consequences of implementing The Jackson Report’s recommendation Sir Rupert felt the increase would ensure that claimants were properly compensated for their injuries and that their damages were not unduly eroded by legal fees.Unlike the assessment of damages for loss of future earnings, which has been bedevilled by the publication of Ogden …
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